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    • Hallmark Wellness 

      Staloch, Kirsten (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      Design elements in the built and natural environment influence how humans react in a space. Penetrating light proves to increase wellness in time. Quality illuminance in health care areas result in better health outcomes. ...
    • HanaPuna: Rebuilding the Hawaiian Coral Reefs 

      Mehs, Leigh Ann (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      Architectural design solution to the decline population of coral reefs in the Hawaiian Islands.
    • Harmony & Design: Representing Music in Architecture 

      Lakeman, Makayla (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The ability to play an instrument has been proven through numerous studies to improve executive functions and set students up for academic and future workplace success (Nadine Gaab, Ph.D.) however many students find music ...
    • Harmony A-new : alternative high school design 

      Acevedo, Luis (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      The typology of this thesis is a 14,440 sq foot public high school for underprivileged students of the Chicago Public School system. This thesis is an exploration of the potential for architecture to promote the overall ...
    • Haven + Nomad40 

      Holzer, Cindy (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      The modern day individual has lost connection with their environment by putting up a metaphorical and literal wall. By re-structuring the way in which we design vertical communities we have the potential to develop a system ...
    • Haven for the Dead 

      Deitz, Micah (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis will study the funerary traditions of the Iron Range people of Minnesota, and the funerary architecture of their western ancestors. The project design is a cemetery with supporting structures. It will also ...
    • Healing and Gathering Centers 

      Hawley, Meaghan (North Dakota State University, 2019)
      This thesis proposes to create a place of sanctuary and gathering for Native American individuals and communities - a place for memorial, healing, and prayer concerning loss and/or trauma as well as a hearth for families ...
    • Healing By The Sea: An Empirical Study Into Biophilic Design 

      Zeien, Ashlynn (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis will explore the question, to what extent can biomimicry benefit occupants of a tropical biophilic design? The typology under investigation is a tropical resort with design focus placed on biomimicry, positively ...
    • Healing Dance 

      Kalstad, Branden (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      How can cultivation through design become the next step forward in medicine and the arts by creating a homogeneous mixture between dance and physical therapy? The typology for this exploration is therapy through a performing ...
    • Healing Pathways: The Journey to Completely Healing 

      Eversman, Nathan (North Dakota State University, 2017)
      Technology has impacted the human perception of health through monumental advancements, but the process of healing has been diminished to where the sole focus of health care has become “to resolve” instead of “to heal”. ...
    • Healing the Invisible 

      Luschen, Amy (North Dakota State University, 2021)
      Every day, the environments that surround are constantly impacting who we are and how we feel. Unfortunately, the power that we hold as designers is often overlooked, especially in the fields of healthcare and healing. ...
    • Healing with Colors 

      Garcia, Sydney (North Dakota State University, 2020)
      This study focuses on the relationship between color frequency and healing the human body. There is evidence that color has been implemented as a healing process through therapy, dating back to thousands of years ago. I ...
    • Here in the City: Architecture of Lost Spaces 

      Marihart, Samantha (North Dakota State University, 2018)
      Can lost space be revitalized to promote the culture of the city? In every city lost space resides. These are slivers and awkward portions of space where no traditional use works. Often found in between buildings, and under ...
    • Hidatsa Ma-giguts-gi Adish (Hidatsa Learning Lodge) Language and Performance Renewal Center for Three Affiliated Tribes 

      Abe, Marita (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      Abstract/Executive Summary: Interest is increasing among the “Seventh Generation” of Three Affiliated Tribes on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, seeking out elders who are still fluent speakers of the Hidatsa ...
    • Hidden Lake Health & Wellness Retreat 

      Meyer, Carrie (North Dakota State University, 2010)
      This thesis provides some answers to the question, does a design have the ability to promote health and wellness in our personal choices about the way we live? A healthy way of life is a personal choice determined by the ...
    • The Hierarchy of innovation 

      Dahl, Taylor (North Dakota State University, 2014)
      Currently we have the opportunity to use architecture as a vehicle for innovation. The thesis title “The Hierarchy of Innovation” is an analogy and in this case relates to “a hierarchy of needs” for the current society. ...
    • Hmong Funeral Rites and The Space Between 

      Vang, Hue (North Dakota State University, 2016)
      The sacred has always been a part of human life from the beginning of time. Religion and faith throughout the timeline has driven multiple major revolutions. They have answered questions that could not be answered, but now ...
    • Holistic hospitality: balancing environmental and humanistic needs 

      Wey, Emma (North Dakota State University, 2013)
      This thesis provides some answers to the question, how can innovation and social pedagogy transform the way tourism is conceived, developed and practiced? The Typology for the examination of this problem is a hotel and ...
    • Hope : An Environment for Revitalization 

      Kalscheur, Samuel (North Dakota State University, 2011)
      This thesis project focuses on the need for a more holistic approach in today’s health care system, one that puts a greater emphasis on the psychological healing of a person; a facet that is too often neglected. Specifically, ...
    • Hopeful Youth 

      Zikmund, Jacob (North Dakota State University, 2012)
      This thesis examines the question, how can architecture encourage positive relationships and inspire hope in young cancer patients? The project will study the affects of the natural and built environment and what role it ...